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A Comedy in One Act by Leonard White.

'Home is the place for healing, not inflicting, wounds', says the author of a work on 'The Perfect Marriage', after experiencing the practical outcome of his ideas on the regulation of conjugal happiness.
Though ignorance may be bliss, a little candour is more salutary-is the edict which descends, via 'The Perfect Marriage', on the wedding-breakfast table of Jack and Hilary as, with touching faith in each other, they begin the happiest day of all the year.
The sharp-edged instrument of 'speaking one's mind' can very soon become dangerous; the more so, sometimes, when it probes the small and insignificant chaffings of daily life. It is a mercy that the victims of mutual and 'kindly' criticism can often forget their grievances at the appearance of a scapegoat, and show a united front against the common enemy.

Scene: The morning room of the Fanshawe cottage in one of the outlying suburbs of London

Contributors

Writer:
Leonard White
Jack Fanshawe:
Daniel Roberts (a young married couple)
Hilary Fanshawe:
Margaret Stuart (a young married couple)

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